FIFA's Head of Refereeing, Massimo Busacca, has defended the use of video replay that is being tested at the Club World Cup in Japan following criticism of the technology. Video assistant Singapore Star.com, 1 month ago
Barcelona boss Luis Enrique backs video technology - ESPN Soccernet, 1 month ago
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Video Assistant Referee helps Kashima Antlers advance against Atletico Nacional at Club World Cup News
Time: 10:58 FIFA's head of refereeing Massimo Busacca believes the first ever use of Video Assistant Referees in the Club World Cup semi-final between Kashima Antlers and Atletico Nacional was a success. Antlers won 3-0 in Osaka, Japan on ...Africa-News.info, 1 month ago Praise for Japan ahead of tournament finale FIFA.com, 1 month ago Video assistant referee used for first time at FIFA Club World Cup Today.ng, 1 month ago Referees share first impressions from VAR trial in Japan FIFA.com, 1 month ago
Change is inevitable, regardless of what walk of life we participate in, and football is no different. For most of us change can be fearful and, in some instances, frightening. Franklin D Roosevelt, former president of the United States said: "The ...Irish Independent, 2 weeks ago
For referees, and for football as a whole, the world might not quite have tilted on its axis but the tectonic plates surely shifted a little as a result of the first penalty to be awarded on the basis of video replay technology. The FIFA Club ...Irish Examiner, 1 month ago LIAM MACKEY: What will football's first video-replay penalty award mean for the game? Irish Examiner, 1 month ago
The video replay technology has been used at a FIFA event for the first time atthe ongoing 2016 FIFA ClubWorld Cup in Japan. It was used to award to a penalty to Japan's Kashima Antlers in its semi-final win overSouth American club champions ...JOLLYBOSS, 1 month ago Kashima proves worth as FIFA praises replay system Japan Times, 1 month ago Video replay used as Kashima reach final Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago Football first: Refs use video replay New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago
REFEREE Viktor Kassai made some football history on Wednesday night, using video replay to award a penalty kick during the Club World Cup semifinals. Kashima Antlers midfielder Gaku Shibasaki sent in a free kick in the 31st minute, and teammate ...Tasmania Mercury, 1 month ago
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LONDON — Football history was made yesterday at the Club World Cup in Japan when referees were allowed to get help from video replays for the first time. Video Assistant Referees (VARs) were permitted to review match-changing moments on the ...Today Online, 1 month ago Uncategorized › FIFA to use video replays for 1st time at Club World Cup in Japan Japan Today, 1 month ago Video replays to go live in soccer for 1st time Washington Post, 1 month ago
An important piece of history will be made at the 2016 Club World Cup in Japan with video assistance being used to support referees with match-changing decisions for the first time in a FIFA competition. South Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns will ...RDM.co.za, 1 month ago Historic day for football as Fifa approves video technology for the first time Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago
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